35 days ago

Eastern Porirua bulk watermain - Traffic update

The Team from Wellington Water

We’re installing a new bulk watermain in eastern Porirua, which will provide resilience and cater for growth.

We are progressing well and are about to commence work on installing a chamber and more pipework at the intersection of Conclusion St and Warspite Ave, Waitangirua. This work will take about one month from 21 October – 21 November, hours of work will generally be 7am-10pm.
From 21 October, a one-way system will be in place with a detour route along Conclusion Street and Desert Gold Street.

Warspite Ave will be reduced to a single lane during the work, through the peaks and out of hours. This will result in significant journey time increase. Please find an alternative route wherever possible.

Learn more about this project on our website.

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Poll: Have you failed a driving test?

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Forgetting to give way is the most common reason for Kiwis failing their driving tests, accounting for one quarter of all immediate failures handed down.

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43 minutes ago

Tai Chi at St Hilda's

Andrew from Birchville

Hi everyone. The Hapai Hall may be closed, but it's not the only Tai Chi venue in Upper Hutt. Did you know that the hall at St Hilda's, Cruickshank Road has one of the best surfaces I've found in my 10 years as a Tai Chi Instructor? It's padded, and so gives great support to the joints while we practice the gentle, controlled movement and breathing that makes Tai Chi so enjoyable. Whether you work 9-5 or are retired, our class has something for your strength, balance, coordination and mindfulness needs. Beginners or experienced, you are welcome to join us every Tuesday evening, from 7pm - 8pm at St Hilda's, Cruickshank Road. There is plenty of parking too! Hope you see you there

Andrew

Andrew Hardwick
Tai Chi Instructor & Certified Personal Trainer
Need more details? Call me on 0211532508

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